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Announcements direct from the manufacturers

thumb The harness and rope report is the second in a series of write-ups from 2014's OutDoor Show, where we look at what the future of... [ full story ]

thumb A versatile and affordable kit for indoor and outdoor climbers. The light and comfortable Flint harness features the patented... [ full story ]

thumb The Ascent Harness is Climbing Technology's most popular all round harness. It provides a wealth of features for the trad, sport... [ full story ]

thumb Worried about how too much food and drink could affect your climbing this winter? [ full story ]

thumb Striking, fully featured, original designs, Wild Country's latest harness range once again demonstrates a commitment to... [ full story ]

thumb Striking, fully featured, original designs, Wild Country's latest harness range once again demonstrates a commitment to... [ full story ]

thumb Striking, fully featured, original designs, Wild Country's latest harness range once again demonstrates a commitment to... [ full story ]

thumb German climbing specialists EDELRID recently introduced two new climbing harnesses to the UK market the Orion (RRP: 85), a... [ full story ]

thumb The Jasper CR4 is an upgrade of the classic Quartz CR and has a definite focus towards multi-pitch rock, mountaineering and ice... [ full story ]

thumb The world's first intergrated harness shorts, tried and tested by the world's best, 7 time (in a row) World Cup Winner Jakob... [ full story ]

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Harnesses Reviews

Independent reviews from the UKC gear testers

thumb Harnesses are one of the key pieces of equipment for most climbers, and one that gets used day in, day out, yet is often... [ full review ]

thumb Mammut have taken harness development in a new direction by integrating a top of the range harness with a pair of rock climbing... [ full review ]

thumb The Orion: A very supportive and comfortable all-round harness, but does it need more racking space for big trad routes? The... [ full review ]

thumb In this gear review James Wynne looks at five different children's harnesses and how they perform. Do they adjust? Can the... [ full review ]

thumb Charlie Boscoe takes a look at the Wild Country Summit and Eclipse harnesses. With different features on both, and also some... [ full review ]

thumb A top quality, superlight and quite expensive winter-specific harness, says Toby Archer. [ full review ]

thumb Dan Fitzgerald reviews Edelrid's new simple, lightweight, fully adjustable and reasonably priced Creed harness. [ full review ]

thumb Lightweight sport climbing harnesses have come a long way in recent years. All the major manufacturers are now making models... [ full review ]

thumb "More powerful than campus training, more technical than the space shuttle and sexier than Keira Knightley: my new Mammut Zephyr... [ full review ]

thumb "I've always been a bit sceptical of superlight harnesses," says Charlie Boscoe, "They look nice but I find it hard to believe... [ full review ]


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